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Model # EZA555-BZ

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1.9 in. Aluminum Round ADA Handrail Bronze Adjustable Angle

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Product Overview

The 1.9 in. Round EZ ADA 90? Adjustable Angle is the most versatile of the EZ ADA fittings by connecting any two EZ ADA handrails together at any degree angle. This two piece fitting is most commonly used to at the top and bottom of stair runs to attach EZ ADA End Loops to the sloped stair handrail. This fitting does not lock in place and requires an EZ ADA Wall Bracket on both sides of the connection to meet proper weight requirements.
  • Meets 2010 ADA standards for accessible design
  • 100% Aluminum alloy for superior strength
  • Engineered for use with all EZ ADA handrails and components
  • Low maintenance powder coat finish

Product Overview

Model #: EZA555-BZ
Internet #: 202988241

The 1.9 in. Round EZ ADA 90? Adjustable Angle is the most versatile of the EZ ADA fittings by connecting any two EZ ADA handrails together at any degree angle. This two piece fitting is most commonly used to at the top and bottom of stair runs to attach EZ ADA End Loops to the sloped stair handrail. This fitting does not lock in place and requires an EZ ADA Wall Bracket on both sides of the connection to meet proper weight requirements.

  • Meets 2010 ADA standards for accessible design
  • 100% Aluminum alloy for superior strength
  • Engineered for use with all EZ ADA handrails and components
  • Low maintenance powder coat finish

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2
Product Height (in.)
2
Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Color Family
Bronze
Color/Finish
Charcoal Bronze
Features
Paintable
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Material
Aluminum
Returnable
180-Day
Stair Part Type
Fitting

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2
Product Height (in.)
2
Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Color Family
Bronze
Color/Finish
Charcoal Bronze
Features
Paintable
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Material
Aluminum
Returnable
180-Day
Stair Part Type
Fitting

Questions & Answers

How do I get this to attach directly to a deck post

I want to attach the railing directly to a deck post and then attach the railing and angle it down to another post 3 feet away and have a side attachment??
Asked by: Raving
I believe you should consider the EZA3KIT-W. It includes the 3' handrail, two side mounting brackets, and two end caps. If I'm not fully understanding your project please email me at support@ezhandrail.com or 573.365.7085 to further discuss a solution. Thank you for your consideration, Dan H. (EZ Handrail Dev. Team)
Answered by: Dan H.
Date published: 2016-10-13

What is the range of adjustment to the angle?

Asked by: man73
45 degrees in either direction (not that it matters being round) for a total of 90 degrees of adjustment. Thank you for your consideration, Dan H. (EZ Handrail Dev. Team)
Answered by: Dan H.
Date published: 2016-06-22

How to secure these fittings?

We installed a railing with 6 of these fittings. Half of these easily inserted into the tube (and therefore easily fall out). The other half were so tight we couldn't get them in. We had to sand off the finish and some of the metal to even insert them (while pounding hard with a rubber mallet!). The tight ones are holding nicely. The loose ones wiggle a bit when you run your hand down the railing. What is the preferred method of securing these fittings into the tube? Over time, the loose ones pull out of the tube slightly, leaving a gap that your hand catches. How can this gap be filled? Is the slotted screw on the side meant to be tightened after installation? It seems like you need to tighten both sides of the screw (which is tough once the railing is up, against a wall).
Asked by: roughinit2
It is recommended to add epoxy to connections.
Answered by: Communityanswer
Date published: 2015-09-20
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